DUBLIN, October 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dlndjg/global_peripheral) has announced the addition of the "Global Peripheral Vascular Devices - Market Growth Analysis, 2009-2015" report to their offering.
Global peripheral vascular devices sector forecasts to reach at US$5.5 billion by 2015 at a CAGR of 9.7% during the analysis period 2009-2015. The North American segment accounts for nearly 40% of the global value while Europe claims more than 25% of the market.
On a global scale, peripheral vascular stents accounts for approximately 34% while PTA Balloon catheters and Aortic Stent Graft claim second and third largest portions, respectively. Projections for retrievable IVC filter segment indicate a close to 60% of the IVC segment by 2015 leaving permanent type depicts the remaining 40%. Forecasts for balloon occlusion devices market value indicate nearly 45% of the EPD market by 2015 leaving the rest of the market to the catheter occlusion and filter devices.
The report Global Peripheral Vascular Devices - Market Growth Analysis, 2009-2015' reviews the latest trends in cardiac vascular devices with a perceptive attempt to disclose the near-future growth prospects. An in-depth analysis on a geographic basis provides strategic business intelligence for healthcare sector investments. The study reveals profitable investment strategies for pharmaceutical manufacturers, biotechnology companies, laboratories, Contract Research Organizations (CROs), government organizations and many more in preferred locations.
More than 700 leading market players are identified and 95 key companies in cardiac medical devices industry that project improved market activities in the near future are profiled. The report consists of 239 data charts describing the market shares, sales forecasts and growth prospects. Moreover, key strategic activities in the market including mergers/acquisitions, collaborations/partnerships, product launches/developments are discussed.
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